Cost-Effectiveness Calculators for SUD: A Pilot of Peer Recovery Support Services and Bystander Naloxone Distribution
With funding from the Recovery Research Institute’s pilot grant program, we conducted a preliminary cost-effectiveness analysis of long-term, post-treatment peer recovery support services for substance use disorder. We converted that analysis and an existing analysis of bystander naloxone distribution cost-effectiveness into components of a free, web-based calculator for cost-effectiveness. This presentation will cover the development of the project to date and will introduce participants to the calculator.
H. Shelton Brown, III, PhD - Associate Professor, Management, Policy & Community Health, UTHealth School of Public Health Austin Campus
Sierra Castedo de Martell, MPH - Doctoral Candidate, UTHealth School of Public Health Austin Campus
Margaret B. Moore, MPH - Doctoral Candidate, UTHealth School of Public Health Austin Campus
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